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Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm EST
people gathered on washington's national mall sunday to urge president obama to reject the controversial keystone xl tar sands pipeline. organizers of the even described as the largest, rally in history. protesters displayed a mock pipeline with the moderate "separate oil and separate oil and in state." the pipeline would deliver tar sands oil from canada to refineries in texas. the reverend lennox yearwood compared the rally to martin luther king's 1963 march on washington for civil-rights and. speakers included president obama's former green jobs adviser van jones. >> this is it. this is the last minute in the last quarter of the biggest bust important game humanity has ever played. this is it. one thing i know have been marked in this town, if you do not fight for what you want, you deserve what you get. if you tell fight for what you want, you deserve what you get. i have the honor of working for this president, and i want to direct my message to him. president obama, all the good that you have done, all the good you can imagine doing will be wiped out, wiped out by floods, by fires,
Feb 22, 2013 6:00pm EST
world news and cbs evening news each gave less than 50 words, what the washington protests covered the protest. the new york times limited its coverage to a business section story about the political implications of president obama's decision on whether to approve the pipeline. fair wrote -- the former owner of a georgia peanut company and several of its employees have been indicted on felony charges over a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people and sickened more than 700 in 2009. federal prosecutors said the peanut corp. of america knowingly shipped contaminated peanut products around the country, sparking one of the deadly salmonella outbreaks in u.s. history. honor stewart parnell and three others are accused of misleading customers after lab tests found salmonella in their products. after being informed containers of peanut meal were covered in rat feces and dust, parnell reportedly wrote "clean them all and shipped them." a new study has found one third of all seafood samples taken across the u.s. are fraudulently labeled. in some places, roughly half the samples were fou
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